WO/2016/020962 SOLAR POWER GENERATION SYSTEM||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/070421||HITACHI HIGH-TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION ||MIYASAKA Tooru |
A solar power generation system can be expected to be installed, for example, in a desert. Installing a solar power generation system in a desert, however, is not easy. A reason for that is that dust in the desert is attached to and accumulates on the solar power generation system.
Therefore, one feature of the present invention is that dust is removed using a temperature difference.
According to the present invention, dust can be efficiently removed.
WO/2016/020964 PILE HOLE DIGGING HEAD||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/070430||MITANI SEKISAN CO., LTD. ||KIYA Yoshinobu |
Provided is a digging head which causes digging arms to swing so as to dig a pile hole, the digging head being configured such that the swing axes are offset, thereby allowing the weight of the digging arms to be reduced while enabling digging of large diameter holes, as well as facilitating confirmation of the positions of the digging arms. The digging head (60) is configured so that digging arms (30, 30), which are each provided with a digging blade (34) on the bottom end, are swingably mounted to side faces (3, 4) of a head body (1) having, on the top end, a coupling portion (26) for a digging rod (62). Swing shafts (24, 25) of the digging arms (30) are disposed so as to not be on the same line and so as to be offset from a reference axis (27) of the coupling portion (26) by a prescribed distance (W10). Operating cylinders (46) that can be operated from above ground are disposed in the freed up spaces on the side faces (3, 4) of the head body (1) in the vicinity of the area immediately below the coupling portion (26), said operating cylinders (46) being disposed such that the piston rods thereof (51) face downward. The swing angle of each digging arm (30) can be predicted by confirming from above ground the position of an operation expanding unit (52) by causing the operation expanding unit (52) of the piston rod (51) to be abutted by an operation projecting plate (36) of the digging arm (30).
WO/2016/021078 LOW VOLUME BLOOD PRESSURE METER AND CUFF THEREOF||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/071416||NEC CORPORATION ||ALTINTAS, Ersin |
A low volume or narrower blood pressure cuff compared to commercial counterparts with similar medical approval accuracy is introduced. The present invention comprises an occlusion component configured to occlude the artery, and a pulse wave detection component to detect blood pressure oscillations. Blood pressure readings within medical approval accuracy are achieved by controlling and adjusting fluid amount in or fluid flowing into said pulse wave detection component.
WO/2016/020987 WORKING MACHINE||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/070629||KUBOTA CORPORATION ||MATSUSHITA Hiroaki |
Provided is a working machine in which an air conditioning device and an outside air introduction section can be mounted with increased easiness. This working machine is provided with: an operation cabin (3) for covering an operation section; an air conditioning device (27) for air-conditioning the operation cabin (3); an outside-air introduction section (28) for introducing outside air into the air conditioning device (27); and an air conditioning unit (26) integral with both the air conditioning device (27) and the outside air introduction section (28).
WO/2016/021031 X-RAY APPARATUS AND STRUCTURE PRODUCTION METHOD||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/070942||NIKON CORPORATION ||TANAKA, Toshihisa |
An X-ray apparatus according to the present invention is provided with: a mounting plate for mounting an object to be measured; an X-ray irradiation unit for irradiating X-rays from above or below the mounting plate onto the object to be measured mounted on the mounting plate; an X-ray detection unit for acquiring a transmission image of the object to be measured irradiated by X-rays; and a bending control unit for controlling bending of the mounting plate.
WO/2016/020996 RECTANGULAR SECONDARY BATTERY||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/070691||HITACHI AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS, LTD. ||MATSUMOTO Sho |
The present invention addresses the problem of providing a rectangular secondary battery having higher reliability by ensuring both mechanical strength and electrical characteristics between a metal body having a bus bar of an external terminal welded thereto, and a connection terminal bonded to the metal body. This rectangular secondary battery (100A) that solves the problem is characterized in that: external terminals (141, 151) of a positive electrode and a negative electrode are disposed on one surface of a rectangular battery container (101); a flat winding group is housed in the battery container; the external terminal (151) has a connection terminal (153) electrically connected to the flat winding group (170) by penetrating the battery container, and a metal body (152) bonded to the connection terminal; and a bonding section between the connection terminal and the metal body has a mechanically bonding section and a metallurgically bonding section.
WO/2016/021060 FEATURE QUANTITY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/071065||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION ||TACHIOKA, Yuki |
This feature quantity classification system is provided with: a feature quantity converter (3) that converts a feature quantity (1) and performs the learning of an identification reference for performing feature quantity conversion using a correct class label (2); and a classifier (5) that classifies the converted feature quantity (4) converted by the feature quantity converter (3). The feature quantity converter (3), when performing the learning, uses a posterior probability of the classifier (5).
WO/2016/021077 SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, POWER MODULE, ELECTRIC POWER CONVERTING DEVICE, AUTOMOBILE, AND RAILWAY VEHICLE||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/071119||HITACHI, LTD. ||TEGA, Naoki |
The invention prevents a decrease in breakdown voltage attributable to an accumulation of electric charge in a termination region of a SiC element, and achieves a reduction in the size of the SiC element terminating structure. As means therefor there are provided, in the vicinity of a boundary between an active region and the termination region of a semiconductor chip: a MOS structure; a channel region below said MOS structure; and a diffusion region which is adjacent to the channel region and is electrically connected to a source electrode. In the semiconductor chip, a gate electrode which is a constituent of the MOS structure is turned on, and electrons are supplied to the diffusion region and the channel region, thereby eliminating holes that have accumulated in the substrate in the termination region.
WO/2016/021005 VEHICLE CONTROL DEVICE, AND VEHICLE CONTROL METHOD||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/070740||NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD. ||IWAMOTO, Tadashi |
In a vehicle control device which, when a brake is off and an accelerator is off during vehicle travel, disengages a clutch provided between an engine and driving wheels, and stops the engine to implement coasting travel, when it is determined that a brake pedal has been stepped on during the coasting travel, the engine is push started by engaging the clutch to transmit the motive power of the driving wheels to the engine.
WO/2016/021056 TIME-OF-FLIGHT TYPE MASS SPECTROMETRY DEVICE||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/071056||SHIMADZU CORPORATION ||OKUMURA, Daisuke |
In this invention, the ions to be measured are temporarily retained and cooled in a linear ion guide containing an ion guide (14), and then the ions are emitted toward a beam slicer (15). The direct current voltage applied to the beam slicer (15) is varied over time so that: an acceleration electric field is formed in a first region (P1), such that, when the ions pass through the first region (P1), the later the ion, the greater the energy imparted thereon; and an electric field is formed in a second region (P2), such that, when the ions pass through the second region (P2), the ions passing first are decelerated, and the more delayed the ion becomes, the greater the energy imparted thereon. The ions having a large m/z, which are imparted with large energies in the first region (P1), have high velocities, and therefore pass in front of ions having a small m/z, inside the beam slicer (15). Imparted with large energies in the second region (P2), the ions having a small m/z have increased velocities and catch up with the ions having a large m/z at the entrance of an orthogonal acceleration unit (17). In this manner, since the various ions do not spread in the axis (C) direction upon acceleration by the orthogonal acceleration unit (17), and since the energies also become approximately even, high precision, high sensitivity measurements of a broad range of m/z can be accomplished.